The Development and Application of New Experimental Laboratory Techniques and Equipments for Measuring Laser Energy Attenuation in the Atmosphere.
NEW MEXICO STATE UNIV LAS CRUCES ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION
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An open walled White-cell system was constructed and tested for application to particulate attenuation measurements. Particle sizing and generating apparatus were included in the system as was a minicomputer based data acquisition system. Spectrophones were developed to measure atmospheric dust absorption using the KBr pellet method of sample handling. Results of these efforts were presented in one presentation and two open literature articles, reprints of which are included in this report. Author
- Lasers and Masers